The day began with India resuming their innings with just 4 wickets in hand, with Yashasvi Jaiswal and Ravichandran Ashwin at the crease. However, England claimed the early advantage in the first session, swiftly wrapping up the Indian tail and restricting them to a manageable total. Yet again, it was the lethal duo of Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett from the English side who provided a solid start to their team’s innings, with Zak Crawley particularly shining with a brilliant knock of 76 runs off just 78 balls. While a few English batters managed to get starts, they were unable to capitalize, falling victim to some unplayable deliveries from the relentless Jasprit Bumrah. Bumrah’s fiery spell saw him scalp six crucial wickets, bringing up his 150th Test wicket for India and dismantling the heart of England’s middle order. Adding to the bowling prowess, Kuldeep Yadav also made significant contributions, claiming three vital wickets and forming a potent partnership with Bumrah to trouble the English batters who were bowled out by India inside two sessions.